With over 20 years experience in urban planning and environmental health, Jason seeks opportunities to use his knowledge for the common good. With a broad grasp of sustainability, Jason is an international creative thinker drawing on skills in law, physical sciences, technology, transportation & land use planning and environmental health science to produce popular solutions meeting policy objectives on multiple levels. Specializing in petroleum-free urban planning, adaptation, mitigation and large-scale conversion measures, Jason will assist in reducing carbon, boosting public health, and bolstering the local economy through innovative measures to protect and serve the public. Jason holds a dual Master's degree in City Planning & Public Health from the University of California at Berkeley, focusing on Sustainable Transportation & Land Use Planning (International Field), and Environmental Health Science. Jason holds a degree in Computer Science & Entomology, also from Berkeley, as well as a Juris Master's (year of law) focused on Civil Rights Law. Jason founded Escher City Associates. Jason maintains a blog on best practices, The Meggs Report. Sample resume (CV) focusing on public health, planning, sustainability research & advocacy: Click HereLinkedIn page here. Flickr photos here (a small sample).